Uninstall Trojan.Agent

About Trojan.Agent

Some generic trojans are identify by anti-malware software as Trojan.Agent. Trojans could bring about serious computer harm since they aren’t small contaminations. They can take your data, install extra malicious software, and lead to a ransomware contamination.

Since it isn’t a small contamination, get rid of it if Trojan.Agent is being detected by malware removal software installed on your device. Trojans will attempt to work behind your back, so without anti-malware program they may be hard to notice. If you do not notice it in time, it could steal your information, delete or take your files for hostage.
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Your system could have gotten contaminated because oft your harmful browsing habits, like downloading pirated content, visiting pages of questionable reputation, and opening attachments that come with spam emails. We advise you modify your browsing manners after you erase Trojan.Agent if you believe your computer got infected because of them.

How do trojans contaminate computers

These types of infections are frequently the result of you trying to get copyrighted content via torrents. Because no one really manages torrent web pages, torrents for films or TV shows could easily be disguised malicious software.

Or you may have opened an attachment added to a spam email and that is how the trojan got into your machine. The senders of those emails usually claim to be from legitimate companies, government organizations, etc. Those emails usually ask that you open the added file as otherwise you might be missing some apparently sensitive info. By merely opening the infected file, you would be allowing the malware to carry out its dangerous activities.

What does Trojan.Agent do

Certain generic trojans are identified by security software such as Kaspersky, ESET, Malwarebytes, TrendMicro, Windows Defender as Trojan.Agent. Besides revealing that there’s a trojan on your computer, the detection name doesn’t disclose many details about the trojan’s effect on your system so it’s complicated to say whether your machine is in serious danger. Taken info and accessed files are one of the things you should expect when dealing with trojans, however. These types of threats are very serious because they can infect a device for some time without alerting the user about anything being wrong.

Because of the above mentioned things, in addition to the fact that the trojan may set up more malicious software, deal with the infection as soon as possible.

Trojan.Agent deletion

Because you are reading about Trojan.Agent, you likely already have a malware removal program installed on your system. Even if it is able to find it, it might not be able to uninstall Trojan.Agent. You may need to do it yourself manually, or install different anti-virus program to erase Trojan.Agent. Your malware removal program may also be detecting something mistakenly, making Trojan.Agent a false detection.

Trojan.Agent Behavior

  • Slows internet connection
  • Distributes itself through pay-per-install or is bundled with third-party software.
  • Trojan.Agent Deactivates Installed Security Software.
  • Integrates into the web browser via the Trojan.Agent browser extension
  • Redirect your browser to infected pages.
  • Trojan.Agent Connects to the internet without your permission
  • Shows Fake Security Alerts, Pop-ups and Ads.
  • Changes user's homepage
  • Common Trojan.Agent behavior and some other text emplaining som info related to behavior
  • Modifies Desktop and Browser Settings.
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Trojan.Agent Shows commercial adverts

Trojan.Agent effected Windows OS versions

  • Windows 10 28% 
  • Windows 8 34% 
  • Windows 7 17% 
  • Windows Vista 7% 
  • Windows XP 14% 
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Trojan.Agent Geography

Remove Trojan.Agent from Windows

Remove Trojan.Agent from Windows XP:

  1. Open menu by clicking Start.
  2. Control PanelAdd or Remove Programs. win-xp-control-panel Trojan.Agent
  3. Remove the application.

Remove Trojan.Agent from Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. StartControl PanelPrograms and Features win7-control-panel Trojan.Agent
  2. Find the unwanted program, right click on it and select Uninstall.

Remove Trojan.Agent from Windows 8/8.1/10:

  1. Right-click on the Metro UI screen, All appsControl Panel. win8-control-panel-search Trojan.Agent
  2. Select Uninstall a program, find the program you want to uninstall, right-click and select Uninstall.

Remove Trojan.Agent from Your Browsers

Remove Trojan.Agent from Internet Explorer

  • Press Alt+T and select Internet Options.
  • Select 'Advanced' and click 'Reset'. reset-ie Trojan.Agent
  • 'Reset Internet Explorer settings' → 'Delete personal settings' → 'Reset'.
  • Press 'Close' and then ‘OK’.
  • Press Alt+T and select Manage Add-ons. Press Toolbars and Extensions and remove the unwanted extensions. ie-addons Trojan.Agent
  • In Search Providers you can set any page as your new search tool.

Delete Trojan.Agent from Mozilla Firefox

  • Type in about:addons in your browser’s URL field. firefox-extensions Trojan.Agent
  • Go through the list of extensions and remove the unwanted ones.
  • FirefoxHelp (Help in menu for OSX users) → Troubleshooting Information → Reset Firefox. firefox_reset Trojan.Agent

Terminate Trojan.Agent from Chrome

  • Type chrome://extensions in your browser’s URL field. extensions-chrome Trojan.Agent
  • Go through the list of extensions and remove the unwanted ones.
  • Type in chrome://settings in the URL bar.
  • Advanced settingsReset browser settings. chrome-advanced Trojan.Agent
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